egzthunder1 · Jun 5, 2010 at 06:52 pm

Easily Switch UI with Today Switcher

One of the best things about Windows Mobile devices is that we can customize the look of the screen that we see when we turn on the device. The Today screen is a playground for the creativity of makers of user interfaces (UI). The only problem is that we cannot use all of them simultaneously. Moreover, changing from one to the next requires the user to travel through the Settings menu to accomplish that.

In the spirit of making our lives simpler, XDA member and moderator mskip has come up with a small app that allows you to change the UI with the touch of a button. It works with most of today’s most popular interfaces such as Mobile Shell, Sense, Manila, among others. This simple to use app is bound to make your experience with WM much more enjoyable.

Easily switch between Microsoft Today, HTC Sense\TouchFLO3D\TouchFLO, Spb Mobile Shell!!

I also wanted to be able to put links on the Spb Mobile Shell and HTC Sense Screens for easy running so I made seperate programs with icons for Microsoft Today, HTC Sense\TouchFLO3D\TouchFLO and Spb Mobile Shell so you can switch at the click of a button.

It should work regardless of which language Rom you use.

After install it will be in the Start Menu, Programs, Shell Sense Switcher Folder. The Htc Sense link should work for HTC Sense (newer Roms) or TouchFlo3D.

You can find more information about this app in the application thread.


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